Goole attractions

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Goole YorkshireGoole lies in Yorkshire, the largest of all England's counties. In the northwest of the county lies the Yorkshire Dales National Park, a lovely patchwork of limestone hills, gentle valleys and the high peaks of Whernside, Pen-y-ghent and Ingleborough. The classical Yorkshire Dales spread to the north from the market and spa towns of Settle, Skipton, Ilkley and Harrogate in North Yorkshire, with most of the larger southern dales such as Ribblesdale, Malhamdale and Airedale, Wharfedale and Nidderdale running roughly parallel from north to south, and the more northerly dales including Wensleydale, Swaledale and Teesdale running generally from west to east. The North York Moors is the county's other national park, with bleak upland moors and a magnificent rugged coastline. To the southeast of the region lie the Yorkshire Wolds, formed from chalk hills that arc from the Humber estuary west of Kingston upon Hull up to the North Sea coast between Bridlington and Scarborough.

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Attractions The Yorkshire Waterways Museum, Dutch River Side, Goole DN14 5TB. Tel: 01405 768730. The Yorkshire Waterways Museum collection opened at the Sobriety Project in 1987, based on the story of the Aire and Calder Navigation and the creation of the Port of Goole. The Sobriety is a Humber Keel built in 1910 at Beverley. Location: On the outskirts of Goole.

The Yorkshire Waterways Museum

Attractions The Humber Bridge, Humber Bridge Board, Ferriby Road, Hessle, East Yorkshire HU13 OJG. Tel: 01482 647161. The Humber Bridge is the third longest single span suspension bridge in the world, 25 years after it was built. This beautiful structure provides a practical link between the North and South banks of the Humber. Since its completion in 1981 it has had more than 100 million users. The bridge has its own park and visitor centre. About 15 miles east of Goole.

Humber Bridge

Attractions Selby Abbey, The Crescent, Selby, North Yorkshire YO8 4PU Tel. 01757 703123. Selby Abbey is unique in the North of England, as the first monastery to be founded in the North after the Norman Conquest and one of the few in England to have survived as a parish church. Benedict of Auxerre founded the abbey. It escaped the Dissolution of the Monasteries, and although part was pulled down, the central nave survived and in 1618 it became the parish church of Selby. It overlooks Selby's market place with its market cross of 1790, a bustling place of activity on Monday market days. About 9 miles west of Goole.

Selby Abbey

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